Artists-in-Education Residency Grant Program Application 2012-2013 A2APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONSPLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS:
AIE Residency Program Guidelines
Artists-in-Education Handbook are essential companionsto this application and should be studied carefully before getting started.
AIE guidelines and applicationcan be viewed and downloaded online athttp://www.njaie.orgor http://www.njartscouncil.org and in a LARGE
PRINT version as well.
Handwritten, incomplete, or faxed applications will not be accepted.
Binder clips are strongly encouraged.
It is not necessary to place the application in a binder or report cover.
To fill in the required fields on the following pages, click on any shaded box where information is required. Thefield will immediately change from gray to black and you can begin typing. To move from one field to another you can use either your cursor or the tab key.
You may use additional pages as needed.
If you need any help or of need of special accommodation in filing this application, please contact the AIEConsortium staff at:
A complete application packet includes:
Eight (8) typed hard copies:
One (1) original copy - with original signatures in blue ink;
Seven (7) additional copies
Postmarked by Friday, March 2, 2012 toArtists-in-Education Consortiumc/o Young Audiences New Jersey200 Forrestal Rd.Princeton, NJ 08540AND1 electronic copy:
Please indicate in the subject line the name of the school
Email by Friday, March 2, 2012 to Tania C. Pawluk, Arts Education Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org
A checklist to confirm that your application satisfies the submission requirements can be found on page A12.
must be received in writing no less than 2 weeks prior to the deadline.
Applicants are advised to mail applications early.
Please retain a copy of your application and these guidelines for future reference.